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Erik ten Hag says he is happy with what Manchester United chiefs are doing after INEOS investment

Manchester United's target would '100%' say yes to a move despite having interest from Chelsea
Manchester United's target would '100%' say yes to a move despite having interest from Chelsea

Man United coach, Erik ten Hag is happy with how the club is functioning since the INEOS investment

Erik ten Hag has been very happy with the how Manchester United is progressing under INEOS. The Dutchman was essentially handling everything at the club while coaching the first team before Sir Jim Ratcliffe arrived.

Going from the management of the Glazers to someone who actually cares about the Old Trafford team and wants to make a change has to be refreshing. Moreover, INEOS has already made a difference since their arrival back in December.

The club already has a new CEO, Omar Berrada who they stole from under the noses of local rivals Manchester City. A new sporting director could also be arriving soon as talk surrounding Dan Ashworth has accelerated in the past few weeks.

All of this positivity off the pitch has already translated to results on it. Manchester United haven’t lost a single game since 2024 kicked off. Moreover, the team is finally starting to look like a contender for the top four.

However, Erik ten Hag’s work is far from over. He is enjoying his time under INEOS but the question is how long will he be able to do so?

His terrible performance during the first half of the season could come back to haunt him if he fails to lead his team to a top four finish.If that doesn’t happen, then the Dutchman needs to atleast win the FA Cup.

Erik ten Hag might not be a part of 2024's new look Manchester United for too long. (Photo by GLYN KIRK/AFP via Getty Images)
Erik ten Hag might not be a part of 2024’s new look Manchester United for too long. (Photo by GLYN KIRK/AFP via Getty Images)

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